The tale of the swamp girl is a tragic story of a young woman trying to make her way to Columbia, South Carolina. A well dressed women was seen walking down a dark highway in the middle of dense swampland. A couple, seeing the girl, stopped to offer her a ride. The young girl accepted the ride explaining that she was on her way to Columbia to visit her sick mother. The couple resumed driving and talking. The wife asked the young girl a question and when she received no response she turned around and discovered the young girl had vanished. In hysterics, the couple drove the rest of the way to Columbia. The wife was so upset that her husband had to take her to the hospital. Remembering the address of the young girl's destination, the husband made his way to Pickens Street. The woman who answered the door knew immediately why he was there. He was one of three people to have picked up the woman in the swamp only to have her disappear. As it turns out, the girl from the swamp and the woman on Pickens Street were sisters. The disappearing girl was killed in an auto accident. On the anniversary of her death, she appears on the swamp road where she lost her life.